Theatre Events


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Simcoe Street Theatre presents –

5 Sundays – 10 Fantastic Concerts,
Sept . 23 to Nov 26,  3 pm and 7.30 pm
The series, now in its second year features classical, jazz and singer songwriters.
Series launch is Sept 24, 2 pm, with refreshments and a cash bar.
Tickets available at Blue Mountain Music, the box office or at:
Dirty Dishes
Oct. 15 – 3pm
Kick-in-the-pants harmony-driven roots quintet.
$25, tickets at the door or in advance at:




Sohayla Smith Band
Oct. 15 – 7:30 pm

Americana-Pop-Rock-AltCountry and dabbing in a little bit of blues and jazz as well

Tickets $15  at the door or in advance at:

Music for a Sunday – A Simcoe Street Concert Series


Be the Change is back for Season 10!

October 18, 2017

5pm & 7:30pm  $8 at the door or online at



Musical Guest 6:45pm


Directed by David McIlvride and Roger Williams.

The impact of fast fashion is not just about being insta-trendy. It’s also causing insta-pollution, insta-impact, insta-destruction on our rivers through toxic chemical waste. As noted in the film: “There is a joke in China. They say you can predict the “it” colour for the season by looking at the colour of the river”
Following international river conservationist, Mark Angelo, RIVERBLUE spans the globe to infiltrate one of the world’s most polluting industries, fashion. Narrated by clean water supporter Jason Priestley, this groundbreaking documentary examines the destruction of our rivers, its effect on humanity, and the solutions that inspire hope for a sustainable future.

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BMFA presents – Architectural Panel Discussion
with Jim Campbell 

October 20, for details please go to:



Wild Abandon

November 9th to 11th, 7:30

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Wild Abandon follows the journey of Steve, a witty, opinionated and slightly neurotic man in search of answers about  himself, the world and humanity as a whole. Full of strange, wonderful anecdotes from his past and brimming with prolific questions about his future, Wild Abandon is a refreshingly honest and delightfully funny one-man show that challenges perceptions and soothes the soul. Featuring Dora Award Winner Graham Conway as Steve and under the direction of multiple award winner Rochelle Reynolds, this is the final show of Quarter Century Theatre’s inaugural season and it is not to be missed!



ACO Collingwood and ACO Meaford Present a heritage speaker series
“Our Architecture: Shaping Lives for 150 Years”


Tuesday November 14, 2017, 7pm

How to build a successful Heritage District – Challenges, Rewards and Looking Forward

Ron Martin, Heritage Consultant and Kandas Bondrachuk, Resource to the Heritage Committee

 Tickets $10 – at the door –  Stay for refreshments and Q&A after the talk.


Charity Vintage Fashion Show
hosted by Collingwood Optimist Club

Featuring a fabulous vintage collection by Janis Fisher.
60’s and 70’s, 80’s
Doors open at 6pm – Appetizers and Mochtails served

Show starts at 7pm – Tickets $30
Please note: Fashions available for purchase, no credit cards

Tickets contact Debbie Collins 519-777-1390




Saturday, November 18, 3pm

Tickets Available at the box office, Simcoe Street Books and at the door.
Tickets $10 for children 14 and under, $15 adults, HST included


Simcoe Street Books presents,

‘In the Writers Studio’

Sunday December 3rd – 3pm

Tickets $15 available at Simcoe Street Books, 65 Simcoe Street Collingwood and Curiosity House Bookstore & Gallery in Creemore or online at

A Panel Discussion with critically-acclaimed authors Martha Baillie, Melanie Mah, and Bianca Marais. Moderated by author and executive director of the Dunedin Literary Festival Simon Heath.




 Tickets available at Blue Mountain Music, the box office or at: